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against women act. he and 21 other republican men in the united states senate voted no. then marco rubio got caught out once he started giving his speech in the easiest trap to get caught in when you have to give a response address. just minutes after the thing that you are responding to has ended, he anticipated things that he thought president obama would say in the state of the union. he wrote complaints in his own speech about things he thought president obama would say. but then when president obama did not actually say those things, mr. rubio did not adjust his speech the take out the complaints. so senator rubio in his response last night ended up complaining about things said by president obama that president obama actually did not say in the speech that everybody had just finished watching right before marco rubio got to take his turn. mr. rubio's whole windup was about how president obama had just spent his state of the union address defending big government and demanding even bigger government. this president thinks the only solution to everything is bigger government. and tha
mentioned governor romney and everyone in congress replied who? marco rubio proves it's possible to sweat profusely when you're standing in near darkness. and the voting rights act. two things that could hurt republicans come election time: voting and rights. kim novak is 80 and it's the birthday of peter gabriel. it's henry rollins birthday. [ ♪ music ♪ ] japan good evening i'm john fugelsang. coming up it's ha st. zinger, not r atzenberger my bad. and marco rubio channels his inner mitt romney before blaming god for last night's splashdown. and rand paul doubles the tea party's fun with the state of the united states address. president obama laid out legislative agenda including a hike to minimum wage. >> reader effort and determination with wages that allow working families to raise their kids and get ahead. >> john: he put it a little more strongly last night. >> obama: tonight, let's declare that in the wealthiest nation on earth no one who works full time should have to live in poverty and raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. >> john: which sounds reasonable to me, to y
rubio took a sip of water during his address. >> mr. rubio's speech will be remembered in part for the odd reach for the water glass. >> we will tell you about the new watergate scandal. >> so o'reilly obviously misspoke. >> bill: cnn's howard kurtz unrepenalty tent for criticizing me for nothing. mr. cutters will be here to make his case. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight are we on the proverbial road to ruin that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. according to polls americans believe government spending and huge debt piling up is a major problem. president obama apparently does not belief that last night in his state of the union address he would not cop to being the biggest spending president in history. no, he now sees himself as an investor. >> every dollar we invest in high quality early childhood education can save more than $7 later on. now if we want to make the best products, we also have to invest in the best ideas. now is not the time to gut the
party response delivered by republican senator rand call of kentucky on line after marco rubio finished his response. he said today that he did not want the republicans to be the opposition but for them to be the alternative. if you did not like him, they were putting up an alternative to the alternative kind of like off broadway and off, off broadway. there is lots to discuss. i want to go to the reverend al sharpton and lawrence o'donnell. what are we hearing from the president that indicates any difference in approach to a second term as compared to his first? >> he was very clear he would be more aggressive. he talked a lot about the executive action he would take. he would go around congress. i don't think we heard that as much in the first term. i think he was very specific in how he wanted to go several courses. what was billed as a rebuttal but never rebutted, because mr. rubio mentioned immigration, never said how the republicans wanted to have immigration. he says his parents were immigrants, and that was it. he said he went to school on government money but is against governm
marco rubio's watershed moment for the party came up dry in one way, his punchy primetime pitch did rev up the base. and it stirred up more 2016 talk. >>> also this morning, an exclusive first interview. exit interview of sorts. with now former indiana senator dick lugar since he left the senate on what's wrong with congress, politics and the republican party, and how he thinks it can be fixed. good morning from washington. it's wednesday, february 13, 2013. this is the daily rundown. i'm chuck todd. reminder, folks, it's february 13th. husbands, boyfriends, you've got one more day to get your act together. let's go to my first reads of the morning. the president's state of the union address ended up arguably as three speeches in one. it started out with a focus on the looming economic and budget crises that washington's about to face. moved on to a laundry list of familiar sounding domestic proposals. and it closed with an emotional appeal on gun violence. unusually passionate for a state of the union speech. and it's the part of the night that's going to end up probably leaving the mo
...my money. my choice. my meineke. >>> marco rubio made headlines for his republican response to the president last night but not necessarily for the reasons he may want. a social media frenzy started with the senator made an awkward pause. there it is right there. to take a sip of water. kate bolduan traveled to get the backstory on this rising star. >> reporter: the 41-year-old senator, already labeled the republican saviour, was blunt in his official gop response to the president's state of the union address. >> his solution to virtually every problem we face is for washington to tax more, borrow more, and spend more. >> reporter: his big moment, however, overshadowed by an unscripted drink of water now deemed watergate. rubio took the moment now gone viral in stride. >> i needed water. it's a funny way of reminding us that we are human. >> reporter: that charm is one reason behind his rapid rise in the republican party. to better understand his star power, we went to his roots, west miami, be florida. his success may seem improbable. >> my dad was a bartender. my no, ma'am
between the parties? rubio, if you look at the transcript -- i will not speak about his delivery. it was hot in there and he obviously was thirsty. [laughter] this transcript is an excellent presentation of the conservative argument that what is ailing america is sclerotic, obsolete, reactionary liberalism hanging onto every regulation, every increase in taxation it can get. i thought he did it well. the problem is he should have done it in a studio somewhere well prepared. >> colby? >> it was like a "saturday night live" skit. "saturday night live" could not have done it any better. he will go the way of paul ryan, these youthful looking guys, boyish, and then they spew out that same conservative pablum that got them in trouble. >> but he is talking about immigration -- >> he did it in that speech. >> according to "time" magazine, he got a voice mail from his mother saying, but " don't mess with the immigrants, they are human beings like us." >> that was a great anecdote, a nice touch. i hope he listens to his mother more often. the speech can be boiled down to this -- i am not
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rubio. >> presidents in both parties from john frj. kennedy to ronal reagan have known a free enterprise economy is the source of our middle class prosperity. >> i want to start with that. no planning, no government direction, no subsidies, no collective action. i was hoping that your man would be closer to marco rubio. >> i a hundred percent gragree with that. the president had almost those exact lines in the state of the union. >> the trouble is he had a lot of other lines. therein lies the secret. >> you lost me at hello on this one. >> i want to start up. >> we didn't watch the same state of the union. your thing is it was a socialist manifesto and the president was emphasizing the root of economic growth comes from investing in the education and skills of your workforce. you got to have economic infrastructure, you got to build airports, you got to have decent highways and we got to have the transportation system that we need. >> that's what you say, that's what you've been telling me, that's what the president has been telling us. but unfortunately economic growth has been going no
and potential citizenship several years later. hours after the lake, senator marco rubio called the ideas half baked and seriously flawed, adding if actually proposed the president's bill would be dead on arrival in congress. the white house denied leaking the document and underscored that it was not an official proposal. >> we've not proposed mying to capitol hill yet. we've got a bill. we're doing exactly what the president said we would do last month in las vegas, which is we're preparing, we're going to be ready. >> still, leaders m gop on sunday accuse the president of having ulterior motives, trying to kill any real immigration reform for political gain. >> does the president really want a result, or does he want another to beat up republicans so that he can get political advantage in the next election? >> leak this out does set things in the wrong direction. is the president looking for a partisan advantage, or is he looking for a bipartisan law? >> this is the president torpedoing his own plan, and it shows me he is not really serious. democrats bring up this idea as wedge issues. they
will accept. we'll hear a diffe version of that from marco rubio when he delivers the republican response. >> chris: we should point out eat your spinach. he will talk about the enormous debt problem, $16 trillion and growing. there was some after his inaugural address he did not talk enough a primary concern of the american people, is jobs, getting people back to work. he understands obviously there are budget constints to it. he is going to have a jobs in a sense, stimulus too in the state of the union address? >> part way he'll do that is addressing other issues he tstt arererere important in ecoc terms. for example, immigration reform is actually an economic issue, bringing 11, 12 million people out of the shadows and making them a part of the country is an economic issue. likewise, alternative energy and giving renewable energy is an economic issue and he will address many of nation's difficulties in that manner. he will also say we can't expect to be a leader in the 21st century economy if we continue to lag behind other countries in education. he will call for investments in educat
>> good evening, i'm marco rubio. i'm blessed to represent florida in the united states senate. let me begin with congratulating president obama on his second term. i have the honor of responding to the state of the union address on behalf of my fellow relationships. i have the special privilege lidge to address our troops from arled the world. the state of the union address is a reminder on how the unique the american history it is. america is exceptional because we believe that every life at every stage is precious and that every one everywhere has a god-given right to go as far as their atlantaed -- talents will take them. this idea is personal. my parents immigrated here to improve their life and to give their children a better one. my dad worked as a bar tenor -- bartender and my mother as a maid. i did not inherit any money from them but i inherited something better. an opportunity to make it to the middle class and beyond no matter where you start off in life. it comes from a free economy where people can risk their own money to open a business. when they suck they hire more
's also the most important speech in the so far short career of senator marco rubio. so, i think all eyes are going to be on our -- i won't say our rising star, i might say our only star. >> and george will, that will be one of the few areas tonight where there could be some common ground between the president and marco rubio, between the president and top republicans, immigration reform. >> immigration reform is a promising area for cooperation. far more important than gun control, if only because if the president gets all he's asking for on gun control, it won't make a particle of difference in gun violence, as far as i can tell, however, immigration concerns not just the 11 million illegal immigrants in the country who are looking for a path to citizenship, but the other 300 million americans who have a stake in immigration to revitalize our economy and replenish the work force. >> new secretary of state. >> john kerry, former senator of massachusetts, next to the chief justice of the supreme court. and, of course, they're in the next several weeks going to be dealing with gay marriage
the nation's deficit. beginning the republican response tonight as well from marco rubio. john, a lot of discussion tonight about the tone. the dow is at a fresh five-year high but a couple of wild cards in the form of north korea, foreign policy, a standoff in california tonight, the gun debate. >> the gun debate is one that's thrust itself into the nation's attention span, and the president's agenda, and this is going to only encourage that, but really the tone everybody is looking for is his tone vis-a-vis republicans. the inaugural, he had his elbows out a little bit. he was very newly confident just coming off that re-election. people will be watching to see how aggressive and confrontational he will be with them on the deficit, on the investment proposals he's going to make tonight which are modest but, nonetheless, are there. and on immigration, which is one way republicans are coming his way. >> larry kudlow, tonight you talked about the line between being assertive and confident and overreach. where is that tonight? >> that's a good question. a lot of people hope he will be m
the parties. rubio, if you look at the transcript -- i will not speak about the delivery. it was hot in there and he was obviously thursday. [laughter] the transcript was an excellent explanation of the conservative argument that what is coming america is a sclerotic, obsolete hanging onto every regulation, every increase in taxation, i thought he did it well. the problem is, he should have done it in a studio somewhere well-prepared. >> colby? >> it was a "saturday night live" skit. he is going to go the way of paul ryan, these youthful looking guys who are boyish, and then they spew out that same conservative pablum that got them in trouble. >> he is talking about immigration -- >> but he didn't in that speech. >> according to "time" magazine, he got a voice now from his mother who said, "don't mess with the immigrants. they came here for the same reasons." >> that was a great anecdote and nice touch, and i hope he listens to his mother more often. the speech can be boiled down to this -- i am not mitt romney. i was not born of privilege. >> but my views are pretty much the same. >
talking about. >> cenk: david shuster. >> this was a not so subtle shot towards marco rubio when the president mentioned violence against women act marco rubio voted against that today. that was a subtle jab this. and something that played well with the american people, the white house went into the speech knowing that the american people hate congress. he talked to members of congress like they're children, treat them derision that a lot of american people have. and i saw you at the ribbing cutting. all of this was condescending but thoughtfully done and effective. keep in mind this was not a policy speech but politics speech. and the white house politics is to continue to at the mean, belittle and put the g.o.p. in its place so they can win the political battles which are coming which michael shure identified the big one which americans are paying most attention to, and that is guns. putting the issue of guns at the end and making it simple by saying this simply deserves a vote, the president was going above the heads of the pundits, the lawmakers and correspondents correspond
you even go forward with some of these ideas. >> rose: the republican message came from marco rubio the senator from florida. here's a sample of that. >> president's in both parties from john f. kennedy to recalled reagan have known our free enterprise economy is the source of our middle class prosperity. but problem, he believes it's the cause of our problems. but the economic downturn happened because our government didn't tax enough, spend enough or control enough. and therefore as you heard tonight, his solution to virtually every problem we face is for washington to tax more, borrow more and spend more. >> rose: i'll talk about the political implications of marco rubio but what do you think of what he said and his presentation and the strength that he seems to be gaining by being a significant republican voice. >> i think it's important he's trying to say we don't have to be an exclusive party, we can be a party that brings other people in. but there was a very very clear ideological divide between what he said and the president said. which is that the president believes and h
. host: what did you think about senator rubio's speech? you are a republican. we heard from a prior floridian she was not a fan. what did you think of the content? caller: i thought he was trying to be very honest with the people and trying to tell them basically how he felt, that it really was going to be for the middle class people and how it was going to effect all the middle class people. host: independent line, new york. caller: how are you? host: good, thanks. we heard about immigration. what did you make of the immigration comments? caller: i think that it is about time. as far as i know, he has pretty much sealed the border, which is what the republicans are hinging everything else on. that has been done. i do not see how much more can be done on that. i think that we need a path to citizenship. i think there needs to be some sort of clear way to come in and work and get green cards and everything else. it is not. we are a sophisticated country in 2013 and we cannot figure it out. it is ridiculous. what i found just amazing was it seemed like senator rubio was, again, as rep
-off period between the two sides, neil. neil: rich edson, the pressure on marco rubio tonight with the republican response, your thoughts? >> absolute pressure. someone who is on track to at least make a bid to be president in 2016 or run for president in 2016. the last few responses that we've seen from republicans, certainly mixed reviews. governor bobby jindal of louisiana, his performance was mostly disappointment to a number of republicans out there. many who saw him as someone who might be a candidate in 2012 to challenge president obama. he is on the national stage. he has been on the national stage before. got very good reviews of a speech he delivered at the republican national convention in august in tampa. so the expectation here is fairly high for marco rubio as someone who is seen, because of his background, because of his makeup, because of his energy, because of the places that in politics have taken him thus far and he is only in his early 40s, that this is someone who is here to shine for republicans. who will be the standard-bearer of the party going forward.
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